16 June 2022

Nicaragua pilot experience

We have understood that technology opens up countless new possibilities for education, to: respond to the diversity of learning styles, encourage students to actively participate and be motivated towards learning and, in particular, remove barriers to access to a quality inclusive education, particularly for children with disabilities and those…, UNICEF and the Ministry of Education want to transform 15 regular schools with preschool, primary and secondary levels, into inclusive schools for 15 of the 17 departments of the country., In Nicaragua, UNICEF is part of the newly created Technical Commission for Accessible Digital Books, which, together with our main partner, the Ministry of Education, besides the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (a national reference centre for higher education) and the Zamora Teran Foundation (with experience in the development of…, In Nicaragua's experience, it has been very valuable that the main partners have provided the necessary human talent and adequate technological resources to produce and validate the prototype and the adaptations., Managua, Nicaragua, June 2021. Children play during a routine check-up. Doctor Nerys Galeano counsels the family on Care for Child Development (CCD), a program implemented by UNICEF in Latin America and the Caribbean. UNICEF/UN0498014/Carrión We have also made progress in forming the first technical teams: First technical team Second technical…